The Chief I/O Posted July 21, 2020 Share Posted July 21, 2020 As the coronavirus or COVID continues to spread around the world, and the World Health Organization calls the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic, companies need to assess their work as usual during this time.This raises the question of whether the business continuity plan is also prepared for pandemics. The business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery plans must be reviewed in the event of a disaster and specific pandemic plans.These efforts help companies determine whether they can support a larger number of employees in remote locations, gain insight into their supply chain's resilience, and assess the short and long-term impact of a pandemic on the technology industry.As a result of the recent challenges, many companies are demanding more remote access solutions. With these solutions, employers want to ensure that their employees can continue to run their daily business from home. A popular solution is Desktop as a Service (DaaS).View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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